A little less than a month ago I started working on a project to maximize my investments in bridal shows. I wanted to create a booth that would demand attention and still look clean like my photography brand. We (my neighbor and I) had some set backs along the way read part1 and part2, building something from scratch can be a task! In my mind I wanted to incorporate the use of a slide show on a television, but still have the BIG prints that could grab attention.
Photographers in general are split into two different camps on bridal shows. Some swear by them, while others feel they are a waste of time. Both are correct. It depends on how much of an impression you can make with your booth, brides are there to be inspired and find vendors for their special day. If I were a high-end photographer with Wedding Collections starting price north of $4,000 bridal shows wouldn’t benefit my business model much. However, I pride myself on delivering high quality and good value. In Houston, I understand that the competition will be fierce, so I set out to prepare myself to compete and make the best impression possible. I hope this set-up will help me create that impression!
(pictured above) This is the left panel.
This print will be benefit the monitor that will be displaying the movie/slideshow. This is one of my favorite wedding images.
(pictured above) One of my favorite pictures, this will be directly left of the monitor. Should grab some attention.
(pictured below) This will be the sign that will be positioned above the monitor.
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